Le Wednesday 09 January 2008 08:42:49 Paolo Cavallini, vous avez écrit :
Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) ha scritto:
To sum up the activity of our first full year, the board has asked me to
help coordinate production of an annual report. The report is aimed at
OSGeo-India is a hub of activity. I have earlier reported about our endeavour
Since then so much is done. I will offer an article on behalf of OSGeo India
soon for journal-4.
Jacolin Yves [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Le Wednesday 09 January 2008
I just wanted to send out an email to introduce myself. I have been
reading these threads for a while, but have never really had the time to
offer support. I can now dedicate time to really contribute and be an
effective part of the OSGeo community.
My name is Mike Goldberg, and
On 9-Jan-08, at 12:40 AM, Jacolin Yves wrote:
I have planned to write a report for the OSGeo Journal Vol 4. Where
is it the
best place for a report : annual report only, journal only, both of
I could write a 2007 overview of the Francophone Local Chapter for
today I have been asked by Dott.Raffaele Grasso (cced here) who is a
scientist at NURC (http//www.nurc.nato.int) to give my opinion
regarding the possibility to set up a special session focused on
interoperability through OGC-ISO standards in the geospatial world, at
the Fusion 2008
Starting into 2008 makes it a good time to update our event calendar.
You can see events listed on the front page of osgeo.org - but there
isn't much in there right now:
Keeping events in this list will help keep them on the radar for
On 9-Jan-08, at 4:38 PM, Cameron Shorter wrote:
I just tried (unsuccessfully) to add the feed to my Google Calendar.
Has anyone had better luck than me?
Funny, I didn't really even notice we had a feed there too. It
loaded fine for me into Mac iCal, but I haven't tried anything else.
Below is the call for papers for the First International Workshop on
Location and the Web in Conjunction with the WWW 2008 Conference. I
hope some of you will consider
submitting papers and boosting the OSGeo presence. Disclaimer: I am
one of the organizers.
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